Some countries no longer tell you what your CD4 count is if you are undetectable.
If you live in a country that still tells you your CD4 count, what was your last number?
I feel absolutely alive and happy. And im happy for every we're all alive.
Ernie, I think your feelings are valid. I have felt that way in the past but then I have to arrest that pattern of thinking and think how lucky I am not to be dead. My life isn't over and neither is yours. Everyone has an expiration date. We're all in the same boat.
@A myHIVteam Member did your doctor do a resistance test to see what you can probably take and get you where you want to be.
I always request one from my ID doctor once a year just to make sure that my meds are working like they are supposed to be.
Yeah my doctor talks more about my vital load. She says my viral load is what to be expected with HIV patience's. I'm still learning about this. Just over a month since being diagnosed.
I was diagnosed in 2009 with a CD4 count of 9. Single digit. The highest CD4 count I’ve had over the last 11 years was 103, and that was my last count back in June. I’ve slowly climbed up to triple digits. What’s so amazing, and I’m SO grateful for this, is that I’ve never had an OI. I’ve had bad colds, but that’s all. I say thank you to the universe every morning when I wake up.
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